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Great Harmonia (The Seer), 1959

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 14
Collection number: Folder 14

Scope and Contents

Concerning the Seven Mental States. by Andrew Jackson Davis. Contents: The Mission of Mind as Considered as a Motive Power; The Mission of Mind Considered as a Moral Power; On the Philosophy of Clairvoyance and Inspiration; A Definition of the Seven Mental States; Man’s Ordinary State Considered in Connection with the External World; Man Considered in His Internal Relations to the Spiritual Universe; A General Consideration of Man’s Psychological Condition and Powers; On the Relations and Dependencies Existing Between the Body and the Soul; Concerning the Psychological Action of the Mind Upon the Body in Disease; On the Philosophy and Outer Manifestations of a Universal Sympathy; Concerning the External Manifestations of the Sympathetic State; On the Historical Evidences of the Psycho-Sympathetic State; The Mental Condition of Ancient Prophets, Seers, and Religious Chieftains; On The Moral or Religious Manifestations of the Transition State; The Transition of Mind as Developed Among Religious Chieftains; Continuation of Transitional Manifestations Among Religious Chieftains; Being an Application of Physical Laws to Every-Day Life; Concerning the Philosophy and Principles of Somnambulism; The Mental Faculties Considered in Relation to Clairvoyance; Concerning the Phenomena and History of Clairvoyance; Concerning the Spiritual State and Its External Manifestations; Concerning the Principles and Causes of True Inspiration; The Philosophy of Ordinary and Extraordinary Dreaming; The Sources of Human Happiness and Misery Philosophically Considered; A Brief Exposition of the Satan Which Tempted Jesus of Nazareth; The Authority of the Harmonial Philosophy; On the Uses and the Abuses of the Sabbath in This Country


  • Created: 1959

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research


From the Collection: 18 Boxes


From the Collection: English


Repository Details

Part of the Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections Repository

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